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Cultures and Peoples courses allow students to
study in depth one or more aspects of a non-Western culture and may consider
art, music, drama, literature, religion, science, philosophy, history, politics, or
social norms and practices of non-Western cultures and peoples.
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as a leading liberal arts institution based on the strength of its academic
programs and faculty and offers 53 majors, minors and programs.